Zed posted:GTAngler posted:
I need help understanding? I said he used and followed the constitution to a T. Why don't you explain what Granger did wrong then? The only thing wrong here is the constitution itself.
You know that the alphabet starts at A and proceeds quite while until it gets to T. Same thing with the constitutional requirement. Reread what the constitution stipulates and what the Chief Justice ruled.
Please see my post about what granger has to do at the beginning of the process and when he can exercise his authority to unilaterally make a selection.
The constitution is quite clear that the Leader of the Opposition must submit a list to the president from which a person should be chosen.
The only specific occasion that the president can name a person is when the Leader of the Opposition does not submit a list.
In all cases the Leader of the Opposition submitted a list.